Maestro Gustavo Dudamel is just a force of music nature who is so electric live that it comes over even onscreen.  His inaugural Los Angeles Philharmonic concert broadcast on PBS, is great tv.   At 28, he is globally changing classical music and he has the best conductor moves to ever dance around a podium.  Maybe he is getting tips from his wife Eloísa Maturén, a dancer-choreographer. 

And then of course, he has hair- big floppy ringlets of hair that bounce off of his cutaway tux deftly.  He already gets best maestro locks, taking over from Ricardo Muti Italian silk wave and Leonard Bernstein’s decosilver pompadour.